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The New Cannabis Rage- Delta 8

You’ve heard of Delta Airlines, the Delta variant of COVID, but have you heard of Delta 8? Delta 8 is a type of cannabis that’s socially deemed as “legal weed.” Like its cannabis cousins, it comes in flower, vape, and edible form. See how it differs from traditional marijuana and why everyone is getting on board with it.Delta 8 Strain

First, D8 is a THC (the psychoactive component) compound. It is naturally found in hemp. Its cousin, Delta 9, is the THC component that achieves the “high” feeling. D8 is a step below, so the structure is similar but not as potent. So does D8 get you “high”? Not really, certainly not like Delta 9. Of course, it does affect everyone differently, but overall it’s a low-grade, subtle high. Some describe it to be indica-like. Since it’s still a relatively new concept, researchers are unsure of the benefits and risks. However, they know that the side effects are pretty much the same as Delta 9 THC: dry mouth (also called cotton-mouth), red eyes, increased heart rate, and slowness.

Additionally, D8 products are synthetically made- so they may contain D9, and D10, which is still little known. Nevertheless, medical experts advocate for it, claiming it helps with sleep & PTSD. But, legally speaking, D8 is a loophole for more conservative states where cannabis is still recreationally illegal.

D8 and the Law

Delta 8 is legal, thanks to the Hemp Farm Bill. Because hemp contains less than 0.3% THC, D8 falls under that legal limitation. Wherever cannabis is recreationally legal, Delta 8 is an easy find. It may be harder to find in more conservative states. In Texas, it is legal. In fact, there was a bill motioning to outlaw D8, but thankfully it did not go through. As mentioned above, D8 may contain D9 and D10, so it may cause users to fail a drug test. If you decide to try it out for yourself, proceed at your own risk, because again, it’s not as well-understood as Delta 9 THC.

You can find it at most smoke shops. If you’re in the Austin area, you can learn more about it at Delta 8 THC Austin. They are located on West Parmer Lane. We are still researching Delta 8, so any feedback and insight would be super helpful and appreciated. Thank you for reading!

 

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